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Wedding Cakes

Let Me Show You the World (in Cake)

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One of the emerging trends from 2016 was Cake Trios. That means not one, not two, but three individual wedding cakes designed to compliment each other. WHOA! I know! That's some serious cake love right there. They take a little bit more work, but the effort is well worth it. Take a look at Abby and Troy's wedding cake trio set below and judge for yourself. What do you think, are you loving this trend as much as me? Now, I could be biased, because I'm pretty much gonna love anything blush and rose gold, but I just ADORE this set...and the couple that I created this for was pretty sweet too. Congratulations Abby and Troy—keep showing each other the world.

Sugar Flowers: David Austin Roses done in dusty blush, Dark Dahlias and Black-centered Anemonies.

Gotta give credit where credit is due. We took inspiration from the fabulous Erica OBrien and put a De la Creme spin on this global cake design.

Sparkling Celadon Wedding Cake

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Every so often, we create a wedding cake so tall (and heavy), that we cannot assemble it at the studio. Jacqueline's wedding cake was such a cake. So we shot each deconstructed tier and then carefully boxed them up for the journey to the venue where we assembled the masterpiece for the first time. Seeing all the planning and hard work come together, and watching the vision finally come to life, I've got to admit, it's a bit a bit of a rush...I think that makes me a bit of a cake-geek, but I don't care, I love what I do!! :-)

Wedding Luxury

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Congratulations Lindsey and Jess! It was an honor and a true pleasure to create the wedding cake of your dreams for you. We love everything about this cake, from the sugar peonies and quatrefoil pattern, to the edible silver leaf tiers. And as beautiful as this cake looked in the studio, we just had to share one of the reception shots from Chandler Hill Vineyards—such a gorgeous setting for this sophisticated wedding cake.

Birch Tree Wedding Cake

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Hello 2016! And what better way to start the new year than with a rustic, winter-themed New Year's Day wedding cake. Frosted berries, chocolate pinecones (I'm sure they tasted amazing) and a stunning magnolia blossom all came together to accent the three, hand-painted birch tree tiers. With each tier boasting it's own flavor, (Chocolate Cake with Mocha Buttercream, French Vanilla Cake with Amaretto Buttercream and Carrot Cake with French Vanilla Buttercream), all the guest were sure to find something they loved. Congratulations Elaine and Ryan!

EDIT: A tutorial is available for the Birch Tree Texture and Chocolate Pinecones!

Edible Pinecones — handmade piece by piece from modeling chocolate.

Southern Magnolia Sugar Flower

Hidden amongst the floral cluster, the couple's initial could be seen carved into the "tree"